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After Julian's death, the Berbers took direct control of the city, which the indigenous Berber tribes resented.

They destroyed Ceuta during the Kharijite rebellion led by Maysara al-Matghari in 740.

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Spanish is the official language, while Darija Arabic is also spoken by 40–50% of the population, which is of Moroccan origin.The Benemerine sultan started the Siege of Ceuta (1418) but was defeated by the first governor of Ceuta before reinforcements arrived in the form of John, Constable of Portugal and his brother Henry the Navigator who were sent with troops to defend Ceuta.Under King John I of Portugals son, Duarte, the colony at Ceuta rapidly became a drain on the Portuguese treasury. It was soon realised that without the city of Tangier, possession of Ceuta was worthless.Apart from Ibn Hud's rebellion of 1232, they ruled until the Tunisian Hafsids established control.The Hafsids' influence in the west rapidly waned, and Ceuta's inhabitants eventually expelled them in 1249.

Spanish is the official language, while Darija Arabic is also spoken by 40–50% of the population, which is of Moroccan origin.The Benemerine sultan started the Siege of Ceuta (1418) but was defeated by the first governor of Ceuta before reinforcements arrived in the form of John, Constable of Portugal and his brother Henry the Navigator who were sent with troops to defend Ceuta.Under King John I of Portugals son, Duarte, the colony at Ceuta rapidly became a drain on the Portuguese treasury. It was soon realised that without the city of Tangier, possession of Ceuta was worthless.Apart from Ibn Hud's rebellion of 1232, they ruled until the Tunisian Hafsids established control.The Hafsids' influence in the west rapidly waned, and Ceuta's inhabitants eventually expelled them in 1249.Byzantine governor, Julian (described as King of the Ghomara) who was a vassal of the Visigothic kings of Iberia changed his allegiance after the king Roderic raped his daughter, and exhorted the Muslims to invade the Iberian Peninsula.